Local Interpreters recommended reads

posted Aug 23, 2015, 1:37 PM by David Khorram   [ updated Jul 2, 2018, 6:31 PM by innova accelerator ]

Local Interpreters recommended reads

  1. End of Jobs [AMAZON]
  2. Baby Boomers Ready to Sell Businesses to the Next Generation [NYT]
  3. A New Path for Social Enterprises Through the ‘Valley of Death’ [SSIR]
  4. Self Policing in Online Lending Isn’t A Replacement for Common Sense Regulation [Inc.]
  5. Governor Brown Signs California Worker Cooperative Act [SELC]
  6. Is The Local Economy The Solution To A Post-Capitalist World? [AlterNet]
  7. The Advent of Artisanal Cash [NYT]
  8. Cincinnati’s Experiment With an Economy That Works For Everyone [Waging NonViolence]
  9. 7 days Start up 
End of Jobs [AMAZON]

The rapid development of technology and globalization has changed the leverage points in accumulating wealth: money, meaning, and freedom. 

Those that don’t adapt are becoming trapped in the downward spiral of a dying middle class - working harder and earning less. 

Entrepreneurs that understand the new paradigm, have created unprecedented wealth in their lives and the lives of those they love. 

In This Book You’ll Learn:



— Why the century-long growth in wages came to a halt in 2000. 

— Why MBAs and JDs can’t get jobs and what that means for the future of work and your job. 

— Why The Theory of Constraints and a shift into the Fourth Economy has made entrepreneurship the highest-leveraged career path for the young and ambitious. 

— Why The Turkey Problem means accounting may be the riskiest profession in the 21st century while entrepreneurship may be the safest. 

— How entrepreneurs with second-rate degrees are leveraging the radical democracy of the Long Tail to get rich. 

— How the Stair Step Method and the return of apprenticeships have transformed the “entrepreneurial leap" to make entrepreneurship more accessible than ever. 

— The scientific research on how giving up balanced living and embracing integrated living leads to more money, more meaning, and more freedom. 


Who Should Read This Book?



Early Stage Entrepreneurs - Doubting yourself and wondering if you made a smart choice to abandon the traditional career path? In Chapter 5, The Turkey Problem, you’ll learn the difference between real and perceived risk and why Entrepreneurship is a smarter choice than ever. 

Established Entrepreneurs - Do you have friends, family or team members that don’t understand their choices? In chapters 12 through 14 you’ll understand how to explain the fundamental drives of your ambition. 

Students - Are you considering getting another degree as opposed to starting a business or going to work for an entrepreneurial business? Before you invest hundreds of thousands of dollars, read Chapter 3 to understand why credentials are getting less valuable even as degrees get more expensive. 

Corporate Employees - Are you in a position that feels safe but doesn’t let you expand your skills and network? In chapter 4 through 6, you’ll find out why that job might not be as safe as you think.
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